The first sneaker laced up by Luka Doncic in an official NBA game was the Nike Kyrie Low.
While not technically a signature sneaker, the design elements do come from past Kyrie models but in low-top form. The performance highlights also remain, with biting traction that rides up the midsole. This helps players like Doncic keep control when performing crossover dribbles.
A combination of mesh and Hyperfuse keeps the sneaker light, while still being durable. Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot provide extra responsiveness for a quicker reaction time. A midfoot strap is used to secure the foot, while also adding off-court aesthetics to the sneaker.
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